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react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit

2.1.0 • Public • Published

react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit

react-bootstrap-table2 support some additional features in react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit.

In the future, this toolkit will support other feature like row delete, insert etc. Right now we only following features:

  • Table Search
  • Export CSV
  • Column Toggle

Live Demo For Table Search Live Demo For Export CSV Live Demo For Column Toggle

API&Props Definitation


Install

$ npm install react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit --save

Add CSS

// es5 
require('react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit/dist/react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit.min.css');
 
// es6
import 'react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit/dist/react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit.min.css';

Table Search

import ToolkitProvider, { Search } from 'react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit';
 
const { SearchBar } = Search;
//...
 
  <ToolkitProvider
    keyField="id"
    data={ products }
    columns={ columns }
    search
  >
    {
      props => (
        <div>
          <h3>Input something at below input field:</h3>
          <SearchBar { ...props.searchProps } />
          <hr />
          <BootstrapTable
            { ...props.baseProps }
          />
        </div>
      )
    }
  </ToolkitProvider>
  1. You have to enable the search functionality via search prop on ToolkitProvider.

  2. ToolkitProvider is a wrapper of react context, you are supposed to wrap the BootstrapTable and SearchBar as the child of ToolkitProvider

  3. You should render SearchBar with searchProps as well. The position of SearchBar is depends on you.

SearchBar Props

className - [string]

Custom the class on input element.

placeholder - [string]

Custom the placeholder on input element.

style - [object]

Custom the style on input element.

delay = [number]

milionsecond for debounce user input.

Search Options

defaultSearch - [string]

Accept a string that will be used for default searching when first time table render.

<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  search={ {
    defaultSearch: 'search something here'
  } }
>
  // ...
</ToolkitProvider>

onColumnMatch - [function]

Acccpt a function which will be called when table try to match every cells when search happening. This function accept an object like below example:

function onColumnMatch({
  searchText,
  value,
  column,
  row
}) {
  // implement your custom match logic on every cell value
}
 
<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  search={ {
    onColumnMatch
  } }
>
  // ...
</ToolkitProvider>

Notes: You have to return true when your match logic is positive and vice versa.

searchFormatted - [bool]

If you want to search on the formatted data, you are supposed to enable this props. react-bootstrap-table2 will check if you define the column.formatter when doing search.

<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  search={ {
    searchFormatted: true
  } }
>
  // ...
</ToolkitProvider>

Clear Search Button

We have a built-in clear search function which allow user clear search status via clicking button:

import ToolkitProvider, { Search } from 'react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit';
 
const { SearchBar, ClearSearchButton } = Search;
 
<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  search
>
  {
    props => (
      <div>
        <SearchBar { ...props.searchProps } />
        <ClearSearchButton { ...props.searchProps } />
        ....
      </div>
    )
  }
</ToolkitProvider>

Export CSV

There are two steps to enable the export CSV functionality:

  1. Give exportCSV prop as true on ToolkitProvider.
  2. Render ExportCSVButton with csvProps. The position of ExportCSVButton is depends on you.
import ToolkitProvider, { CSVExport } from 'react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit';
 
const { ExportCSVButton } = CSVExport;
 
<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  exportCSV
>
  {
    props => (
      <div>
        <ExportCSVButton { ...props.csvProps }>Export CSV!!</ExportCSVButton>
        <hr />
        <BootstrapTable { ...props.baseProps } />
      </div>
    )
  }
</ToolkitProvider>

Export CSV Options

fileName - [String]

Custom the csv file name.

separator - [String]

Custom the csv file separator.

ignoreHeader - [bool]

Default is false. Give true to avoid to attach the csv header.

noAutoBOM - [bool]

Default is true.

blobType - [string]

Default is text/plain;charset=utf-8. Change to update the blob type of the exported file.

exportAll - [bool]

Default is true. false will only export current data which display on table.

onlyExportSelection - [bool]

Default is false. true will only export the data which is selected.

onlyExportFiltered - [bool]

Default is false. true will only export the data which is filtered/searched.

When you configure this prop as true, you must turn off exportAll.


Column Toggle

Let's see how to render the column toggle in your react component:

import BootstrapTable from 'react-bootstrap-table-next';
import ToolkitProvider, { ColumnToggle } from 'react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit';
 
<ToolkitProvider
  keyField="id"
  data={ products }
  columns={ columns }
  columnToggle
>
  {
    props => (
      <div>
        <ToggleList { ...props.columnToggleProps } />
        <hr />
        <BootstrapTable
          { ...props.baseProps }
        />
      </div>
    )
  }
</ToolkitProvider>

columnToggleProps props have enough information to let you custom the toggle list: [demo](Live Demo For Export CSV)

If you want to have default visibility on specified column, you can just give true or false on column.hidden.

install

npm i react-bootstrap-table2-toolkit

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version

2.1.0

license

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